Welcome to Swaythling Neighbourhood Centre

Swaythling Neighbourhood Centre is a community space where local residents are encouraged to develop their full potential thorough a dynamic, unique and constantly evolving programme.

Started by residents and run by the local community as a charity since 1991 we were proud to be awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service in 2007.

We have a regular programme of sales and fairs to help us raise funds. It’s great that the local community support these by donating items for sale and prizes and come along to participate in the fun.

Explore our website for our current programme of activities or to find out how to hire our facilities to run your own events or classes.

This entry was posted on 4th November 2017.

Dates for your diary

7th October 2017 12.00 pm Jumble Sale
13th November 2017 2.00 pm Over 50’s Jumble Sale
2nd December 2017 12.30 pm Christmas Fair
18th December 20i7 7.00 pm for 7.30pm Carol Concert with the Albion Band
20th January  2018 12.00 pm Jumble Sale
10th March 2018 12.00 pm Jumble Sale
5th May 2018 12.00 pm Jumble Sale
14th July 2018 1.00 pm Summer Fair
This entry was posted on 21st October 2017.

Welcome to Swaythling Neighbourhood Centre


Some Photos taken today at the Volunteer Garden Party 27th. May 2017


Contact details:- contact@swaythlingneighbourhoodcentre.org

Phone number:- 02380 672230

Swaythling Neighbourhood Centre Registered Charity # 1160593

We are selling cakes. Get here quick before they go.... ...

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Grab a bargain today. Sale starts at 12 ...

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Don't forget our Jumble Sale on Saturday. Starts at 12 ...

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Marion Parr and the Friday Night Bingo Club are fundraising to buy a defibrillator for the Centre. Can you help them reach the target? They have already raised £400 of the £1250 needed.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is a condition no one is immune from.
From children to adults, fitness fanatics and couch potatoes; everyone and anyone is susceptible with over 30,000 occurring in the UK each year alone with little to no prior symptoms before a collapse.

The only definitive treatment against SCA is the life-saving shock from a defibrillator. Pairing this along with effective CPR can help to increase a victim’s chance of survival from 6% to 74% if delivered within the first 3-5 minutes of collapse.

You can make a donation towards this lifesaving piece of equipment by sending a cheque payable to Swaythling Neighborhood Centre.

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This entry was posted on 14th February 2015.